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. RICHMOND, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER J, 1862. 



GENERAL JOSEPH EGGLESTON JOHNSTON, >"»n>st lament 



US Jlis hither uas the laic . 


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r ,^t, .,-, „|- 












n,l s„h.l 










Ins e: [■■la-ated 




























, to the day of his -death, 







■ liaiaeti.iistie, and affords a key to his sn l)-i-i ( n,j[i t o 



tot, by brevet. 1'hcn 



fcssion of a very diff 



.MiO'rinm,.,,,* 



plo.lm.Mrs.lWns, 
her gown, "for qua 




being appointed 1st Lie 
when'the Flntld"\var*b 





.nic. The men re- 




o their duty and re- 




he action. A perfect 










rr-liel'<>rtlie soldiers. Shaiiee 
































jaokward to the oc- 








stitnce, but not frae- 














lunch o 


his spirit, thai ,thcy 



M-.ist l-'i-vs uf his ago' woul 



l'S'jf,, it uiUkt nb the military ai.v. 



■ ulsed tl.e"fenemy and c 
ried of? the wounded in s-'ufetv. I'V.r Lis -alhinl .'uiiduut <. n 
this necasifin, and rli r, ,n -l,..u t I I..L- i : lwidii w ; ir, Lieut. J. was 

"sl-rTl^i'.'he became a full 



lights of Ccrro Gordo. In I 



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Wk'lm'li. ■i.-.i.-r M I'iiil'.n,, . ) . . 1 . r . - - !'„ I.,-,-!,,,',^,:,.,",.. 



prityer. |.;ui i.JiJ tli:;t [iiuyi 



-..liliH ..f llic lie." II,. ..I- I- It./ ..■,'r..-U V. ..' ■ 
I" I'm „„.,,. „„.| ,.;,!, •!,,: hill,. „■„., I,., i.a.l',..., , 






Ul, llie light, 



ruquDntly referred to in 



■mine of an a 
>m.i i-n-inc. 






Ilhlllllie.ll I!,,- I';,..|,j,. llt 
,:lt Ih-V * ll ..III 1 '11,,. | 

.111 V'.i'i' in unmlier. P 



.' buttle ul' Munussus. The events nro ' hooeBt pre 



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The "Illnstrnttd Kdi- - ... i ... r, -,■■,- 1 . !■.., , 

ODE CONTBIBDTORS. 
to the eolemn. of llii. peper: 

6. S. BRTAXT, 
MARGARET STILLING, 
GRACE MILLWOOD, 

LA0RA LEASON, 

SUSAN ARCHER TALI.EY, 

MAEV LOUISE EOUERS. 


EiHlH::^ 


Ihonghls, reeling! and emotion, nro eonneeled with 
di.pl.jed «pon the Bold of buttle! Prom Tyrtau 


.troy a bridge. The, f..,i,,.l ihen. < in pre.cnca of nn over- 

whelming force oCv.iokee,, end .™ c-fdW lo relrcot fighting. 


of length in .ueh ooinpoiillpDi; Wllet e, stiinului t 


li,l,e„i„ t Lo"Di. P ntcli,»on Thut.d.y, end we take iff™, th.,1 






«U.° ".".'lo ""'• '°"° '"* ""' """-' """T " hal < "' !gr< ° °' ""' 


BOOK NOTICES. 


Wllh regnrd 1. Che r.™**,™, „, de b; McC |ell,„', foree. nl. 


"THE MAGNOLIA," 


o™"5 L«°."bu,v to w re'„" h r„e™f ;I e °iT z£r!i° 


VIEW OF VICKSBDEO. 



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cause to pay them .",llii per rent. | in .fit nit it. They would 

In.' in--.M':il'l" «'f any ,-. dd- 1 .| led rMmlinn. With Hlich, the 

view is brnad and Im.ks i.vcr a vide licld. ;md sec thousands 
laburing with the some ri-hu <d pmtectiori, and they iccog- 

l'riendship is th<- -.on- mit ul mie smil after 'another kin- 
dred soul, and in the exercise of a mutual 
in£ Lvtli tct cive and receive benelits. Virtue is reverenced 
because jt is virtue, and tiu-tcd and treasured because it is 
a puvifyiii- sail in society. 



The outside in.-ti.in of the lar^-c majority - 
I' the si'ifh/t, and so lew are seen of the ( 






i laod „I milk 

have Pun de- 
ii. the M.llrn- 



Female liveliness never appears (■. so K „od nn ndvantatre 
decks his angels w hh towering features and ■■ ,,i,|' U ''"' '?'"'' 
t . that nam.', sleodd e'avelulli avoid unLmeou" [■■!"]' ""'' 
porly belong to Indian- and African princes,^. TI,U'e 'tin" 
s dries may serve t.> L'iv- .■(Vert mi the Ma-e or op«, LI . " 

room floor, hut in daiJy lile there is n>> e-uh-.iiiuie wl'i'i ", 
charms ..(' simplicity. A vulgar ta-te is nut to he di--„i "i 
by gold and diamonds. 



in- the hiw-iin... us ir :i |-,- n.andy dipp-d in the water am 
rose dripping up a K ain. I also paid much attention to tilt 
Irei-htdn .ills as Ihey paw.), and admired the ingenuity will 

A little apple-faced Liny, who was driving the mules attached 




hike the Spartans, I go in for kiH 

do not kill tin-ii- sickly yon-, except 1 1 1 ■ y are hungry— and 

It under a gate r feme, raise a -real I 11 1 11 1 sym- 

pathy (i ver him, and end l,y p,,l tin- him to death. 

But to return to the boy. The happy, shabby, bare-footed 



pressed rage. This aura. -led t | M - ir aMenti'm and"" (\ ',!,'" 



in- i ii !U lnl 1 (I ' " ' ,1 i k'ami 

water. told ptulc-dy „i, my weak eves. ,s,, ,„.,",] „, [ w ,„ 



.med if the sap-head ain't a dxawm' a ]ikene« «' 
-n,ano7d&^ 

mv ■ {■",'!■ 1 r , V- r ? n i y S"^' - 1 "," delib ™«°- I arose, folded 
my sketch-book, and la,d it d uff n n Q the bench. "Con- 



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him to hi< wife's house? Shall 
'tis too painful. 

, patientlv waiting fir her liuv 






When i .1111 mud, I am deliberate; l.u 
L^ino I 1 c in, -. li i -mi, M\ Ik id fiwims, I get 

iliml, I duti't ke<-p (■()■>!. Tin.- faet is, 1 sun nut aeeiistomed 

■ i Killing. II. im it !i;i|»| ed I km.w not, hut the next ino- 

ii.-ur ;il'i-T 1 liinl -i.^i^l-l my friends ' ' 



had " d..nl.li'il 
me in ".■n'itiM. 






self on the purf of tin 1 passengers. My position w,n i/iv 
cnnifurtsilde. As it mad*' not, a partiele of differenee will 
me where I stopped. I gi.r ..AY e-t the next landing, went t" ii 






med the edges nf the delieate .lueMinn very finely - 
rtheless, I retired will) h strong cuimetim of having 

pencil ami pap. o ami d rew a earrliil and finished like- 
•nesa of " Uncle Phil." I earned it to his wife. She hurst 
into tear? the moment, .-he -aw it. Then I ununited " Beno- 
reganl" — by this time in -phndid rendition, for he had been 
most bountifully \\:<.\ and admirably gruuined — a 



l,y I'roM.L-n.-,- l„r the uV 




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into the c 


;;;-.«.. »— » "»•'■• wc 


Written lb, th.I rated IT,™ 


sent off T.n, will, inv note, I strolled out 1 1 quiet Ihe .ears 




MAJOE POMMEL, OF THE CATiAHOBHAH CAVALRY. 




•• 'vi"~ 








h,.„. iir '|.,nr-s to Col. I 'tended to yo' 




'".[..' *lt'| C ,nd"..nTni, v "iii.'g ,r!'. 'p'r- were , -Vol! n'lli ■' 1,,',',,'t' 'X 


S 


':' |" Vl''' ore J Ben! Olad to see you. 


"Well met. Pommel," be -., ■!. 1 ess on tho lookout 


^'pp.'pie'M.:';! 1 ,' .■'.;: ;:;.i.., :"»..;:: t::;z:::l" 


/:..,."• '„. An" Al.hy. She kilo me fut to toll 




"irme.i'l'.iin'lelf »',l I,' X Z lop:''' bi .',o.'le"l.os"."i'n '", elii'loo'To 












'■•' - '■* ••""' » |1B "V y" "0"'' rimpcnt ,t el 


»iii. -i, ,• 'i;.-. ,„i '• t •', .'.','hi. i. !,..'.„„o'i'.'r a j'.'.k-.— 


■'.■■•.'. : . ; .v.:''.'.: ; .* 




oil : I'll £". But what ore you doing awny up 


Iii.*- 1 •A'L.'i'.r,.. l,i '.'.'o'lio".,',. ■i'.''.v ;,;'., tr.,"oT 


'"'■ I'm .. 


'.'"'"'^■"t two mile, from hero." 


■' ■: i iV .•'•... ntj court ! 'h'lw"'''„'h'rit' r ihii 


.ViYli'tl. 


' I ■ ... i'i'.'... ii . ... .: i 


'!'""," '"_'"■' ""■'"- l-'"i.h'. "'"I .'leyilii'S for y.iU*l.. 




























.,.■,'.'.. 


||f||v. 


l : -';b-SiH ;v 'l;^ 


>-;:;;'\^;:';,v.--- -.. 


diZf'rr 


Ho'ohr,!!]Lj7;!!,/.i^'"oii^o»' , t:,i'r'';ohve''o? 


'"'!'' vf'S'lV ' ."i'"" ' 


"'' "'. • ■'■ •V:;''; : .' l n'i';i;'^,\i';^:;f 








How Ion 


"el i-l.'.l happened .lurinc. i-.iit. visit. I shall not 


''.T^^i;:!:^,.;'^''.'?;';..'.;''' ".'.'.', 


pime wa". fe'liS'. no.i i '!,"j'.m?'Mn'Vc'-7 1 'V l waVr!»,!|',° 


1,11 V.:„ ' 








Some ei 


iithi „ii. i I tens marrii 1. 1 snid, to iny wife: 


you before yon iri-t i l.r..u-_-l. . ' ■ ■ -. • 


ci.in a m s fall ..1 a-al.ro. but 1 invoke fully only In lind the 




















manner wu, altogether different. How did this 


Idinj. w.is guiiidcd by the Sheriff'., deputy, who looked 












•■iVi:',.. 


Hi, was at the button, of it all." 


nuK,,,,^ 


"bi""." 2i.°'i" hi,.' :'i.'. 1 ,!:;!'.'.'!:r i^'top'.!!.'.',;,".'"''.'- w 




















un'.'Wld.!"' "" '"""' S " mC ) '"'" B """'• """"" 


nTnVi'i'i'idlinr set""!' '''hi 1. ll'lv'!"'!;:^"!"";. b'u'rt'VaT-'t' 


tatp, 1 !"'!! e'.'vJr V 1 '" •i.o,., , ,'.""i".|.,'V,'! 


























j,.ii. S'.e 


..1.1 OH, of till: visits V„,l ln.,1 ll.ll.le 10 her. U.ol „l 






,u-k:„i„. 


. .,,,1 -....I,,.-.. .,1 l„.„,i y Ill iv.i. Then 














nml ih.-ii- 








••X„ m 








■lorliii". n 








"Mr. A 




































■•Contain, we have soot t.r y..u i„ e.,,,-ult ill regard tu tin 








-ill" -to Hie p.'..-i.t ii-perl of iiff.ur-: vsi, sir. in r.- 








card l.i the pre-rni aspect ..1 affairs" Having ended tins 








announcement, he l...,k.- 1 iil„,i.t l,„„ villi on air „f dignified 




t'-llfo I,-:',,. 


','iv"vo,!!!'."moo'-h"oM J l .''',',',',r,'".T''' , The >! fae.' 




















■■'k m .i„ 






11 ■■ ; '"•'"- ' ■ ' e.l ihcrciny men trero quar- 








tered In II. e lile-p!:,,... Ibe lalh.w e.io.lle- „ ere |..ir 






up ." 1 r, |il -.:. - 1 must beg to !.■• inhumed what nci 


"'i'i' ' 1' 'and no ii lialit. by winch I sow in themid- 














••rii.-t.l" exeliiini-l old (.'..lonel llainniorsly. "Facts! 


'. ; ! : ■; !. , ;'i' : ', l ;;„„ T i.:. i ;; i:'',,i^ : ;i;'i',ri!'cb , ,!'iV, , i,e K 'r,'.'iw : 
















THE DYING CHILDREN. 


sons,.; fudge!" And the Choi,! so, ,!„■ table with 






























The sun is very bright, mother, 








bZ*ZjZJ^3™*„. 


?',.';:K^ : 


rU.lir.rr. bis I.-, .!.„, e 1 !.|,..'|„ „,t a,„.,iei,'ie„l.',l,:,t''bis 




. M, little bird that sings to mo 


us? Tsre"! 3 djal.'ei'r' 'oo^lV'io.w v^l'ors '"^\t" £ 


laee was a- black is Othello's; liy Jov'e. sir. b.l/i were l,l„ek ! 






itv>on'.; , !mio.n,y , ..f's'!r,"M, ! , i'l,;.;,.'''i..;'o,y'o,!'o'i^ 








was fairly hew, |.|e„.| re . -p.eoi.lv '.,. i lound f.uijcr's 
















ratctl.cn. ; but bylbis.tin,c 1 lulls... '..re.-.l by 1,,,'lf 






" But what renders it ncecs-arv ?" I asked. " I'm curi- 








"ii'oi that ■ ■ ■ lb. ... r. ... 1 bad Inrgot to tell 






T.ke from it ih. rose,, Bother, 




;:;,;; iz.''\''L it-.'.' Z'.7i'""'l TTi'S.-ZZ^'^w" 












^z^zt;:::^ 


sir! Not Hint 1 .-.ire f.'.r mi'-olf. -,'r" but I -li'o'.bb'r "'. 
think what .0,-1, t l..-,pi,ei. it »•• no.:- |. 1 i:.i. ,. -.- ,,._■ 
My ..,.,„:..„,.. U...I ,.,::,, .-.,. .ie.uld ,„ „,„ be oidered to 


] Sf^l : ^^ 








i'.t'.eti'bv"'"-",. ■'::::.:!'.':,' i":,'';,!'.,:,::;,.; 1 ::?, 1 ,;;, 


















My Toico Is growing weak, mothor,' 


e<""e of the e try people."' At 1,,-,. after much debate. 








"f. "_ e ui,,,, ,. ,.,., .„.,,:,,:,„„,, l..,,.|,„, 






Tbe chilly winds of daatb urs near- 










tu^rneier , yuishV'....dl..'.:'.n. , |',. l' in'tho' "l.*ll'i oe,„!'a, '1 


l,701 V i'be'"ill'™e''p''|'."lai- , o''"' ' ,J ""'" '"""' "'" '""•"* "' 










SESS^r" 1 


;roip!n!!y^ l "ri"uev''io.l,,;, , Vp;,,^u"^ l f"; l :'s;i;; 1 

.Yigt..p\,N,.V^ 


,l,,l ,i..-':.:.f! .i.--'' ' 

"Misbke „ , f„r my eooiples,,,,." said a sable senllc- 








p,"re-T«unl, '!'.',' hi' om. , ,aMon'.''l ',',- "iIm'.'.'u""' "' S ''" k "" 










Where on. I've loved lo.t.oj; 


i..,gil it. 1 Wis power!.,! ..-nre.T -..'«:,- de l..,l.,„. ."'.! e'.b'i.l 












Ami sing their .oog. to too. 










Trcvillin-liiniw.ii. y„„, ..t;cii.i 'I'.-riaii.ly 1 .ocolleek- 






And rt.n oveniog's quiet hour 




















up. I,;,., K tl.ir-iv. and bad hardly put ,lo» ,',"'ll.o pitcher 










Ana thou shall think of mo 1 


he would collect the most pleasant of bur friends. Having 


when a ni-gcr, as I supposed, slapped me on tho shoulder, 



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siple, grand, potent ond c 



TO THE BEADEB. 



T„ , :.";;,S.;".r.; 



.''!:::" j!i' 



AMBITION. 



nks of putting off the 
whiles i-mj the dark 



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W.WAS.-It i, ffl.l tllilt Julioi I' ■ „■ MoohiUI MVJ 

nulim; «..,-tl, ,|„..iiM-. !,.,[ tl„. r..ll .-is good: 

"I'-v loot iM'i :,.' : it „..,, n. .■!, o-dev lilip. dey 

lll't »'■(«, Iilg:ii|l-t .1.00. 1 hod .d.tlif- i. lil- I O0d 



,-h,..'d.,.,-ol,..o-t..r ilo.ood rots.-! ; oiModr.- 



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iome patriotic son PROSPECTUS. 

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MRS. POYNTEK'S REFLECTIONS. 

■3. Poynter sat at her pleasant wintlc 






growing iii.ii-[iirc. At length she removed ho 
jrla^M^, and can-fully wiped them upon a whit 
cimil.i-ic hmidkendiicf, whieli itus thou uppliti 






THE D R A M / 



'■Mars!,:,!!.' Tii.- build, ng is ]. i,,idly :,[,[, miudi 






In the S-.uilicro theatricals everything re- 


loo. 






Lt 'm'M.'Il.- ' \V t I, in m.ViIi. ii'.'i'th i"!^'!,':,. 






.etress, Miss. Iim Virtsus, iron, thi- Jitv, has 




>een engaged fur ft few weeks, :nnl will make 




her first appearance in tint city eirly in N.,- 


K, . 


■cmbcr. Wo commend this rising young ac- 






I.ee Mallury'.-. War Illustrations are on exhi- 


E 


bition at Charleston. 


111m, 1 Turn, the pianist, is at Atlanta, Go,, 




Th -' (tueen Sisters are playing to good houses 


T'i 




',Cr, 111 Ml",- Imth |. laying '■ 1! idldiru," lit .fltf-r- 








o Booth, while the ".Mercury" give., it to Fer- 





■ILinBY POBLSCATIONS, 

"WEST <Sc JOHNSTON, 






v-Ml, [U.,ty ..t -.-..I, uh.-l.-uuefood and corn- 



Look at them ! ' There they are, sittio E on 



vidiug it with that -i..'.:iy i.^Ling l„,y. 
fight— sleek, welt-el'.'tli' d and well-fed, locking 



.1. Li. Sludley i- in I'm. i 1IM ..,ti 

evening, with the following 



Crassns, the Roman Pnctor, 

Mr. H. R. Shewell. 
Julia, niece of I'ms^n, Mrs. J. [I 'Alh-n. 

in «i"lh,iin, in -peaking „| |] M ,,, .] . |, 

»■■■! I... h.y.lty t., Kmg \h.ihftni, says; 



serts/'andJaa. E. Murdoch will he Lil;. i v..u, 



ifiMh'iii'ilii!,'!!'-.. 1 !' '.. .'" ' " 

Attorney at Law and Claii 



CHA-S. H.,W5TNNE, 

BQQK &KD MB PBSHTKB, 

94 Main Street, Richmond, Va.